Armen Aivazian
Possible Solutions to the Nagorno-Karabagh Problem:
a Strategic Perspective   [1]


Part 1.  Introduction

Part 2.  Sources of the conflict and international involvement

Part 3.  Nationalism vis-a-vis geopolitics

Part 4. Two levels of the Nagorno-Karabagh conflict

Part 5.  Negotiations in the OCSE Minsk group

Part 6.  The Armenian defense agenda

Part 7. The two pivots of the Nagorno-Karabagh conflict. The problem of Siunik

Part 8. The historical sources of Armenian mistrust

Part 9. The strategic world views of the parties to the conflict

Part 10. The major systemic-structural flaws of the OSCE Minsk Group נואסו plan for Nagorno-Karabagh

Part11. The transience of the Karabagh Peacekeeping Force (PKF)

Part 12. OSCE's inexperience in peacekeeping

Part 13. Non-streamlined and decentralized command and control structure of the OSCE Peacekeeping Force

Part 14. Karabagh versus Bosnia: peacekeeping dilemmas

Part 15. Possible compromise solutions to the Nagorno-Karabagh conflict

Part 16. The US-Armenian-Russian military alliance as the strategic solution to the Nagorno-Karabagh conflict

Part 17. The US-Armenian-Russian defense alliance: its meaning and necessity

Part 18. Elements of a US-Armenian-Russian defense alliance

Part 19. The geostrategic significance of the US-Armenian-Russian Military alliance

Part 20. Conclusions

Part 21. The feasibility of an impending peace settlement of the Nagorno-Karabagh conflict: a postscript

Notes

( published in Levon Chorbajian, ed., "Making a State: From Secession to Republic In Nagorno-Karabagh", New York: St. Martin's Press, 2001, pp. 202-239.)

 

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